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[texts]Lodewijk Schelfhont - Heubner, Friedrich Markus
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Keywords: Schelfhont, Lodewijk, 1881-
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[texts]Lanzelot und Sanderein - Huebner, Friedrich Markus, 1886-

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[texts]Die neue Malerei in Holland - Huebner, Friedrich Markus, 1886-
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Keywords: Painters, Dutch
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[texts]Holland - Huebner, Friedrich Markus, 1886-
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Keywords: Painting -- Private collections; Painting, Modern
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[texts]Governance in the Society of Jesus, 1540-1773 : its methods, critics, and legacy today (Volume v.41 no.1) - Friedrich, Markus
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Keywords: Mariana, Juan de, 1535-1624; Jesuits; Jesuits; Jesuits
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[texts]Die sehr schönen Stunden von Jungfer Symforosa, dem Beginchen; - Timmermans, Felix, 1886-
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[texts]Das Buch von den zwölf Beghinen - Ruusbroec, Jan van, 1293-1381
Translation of: Dat boec vanden XII beghinen
Keywords: Mysticism
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[texts]The Pax gene eyegone facilitates repression of eye development in Tribolium. (Volume 2) - ZarinKamar, Nazanin
This article is from EvoDevo, volume 2.AbstractBackground: The Pax transcription factor gene eyegone (eyg) participates in many developmental processes in Drosophila, including the Notch signaling activated postembryonic growth of the eye primordium, global development of the adult head and the development of the antenna. In contrast to other Pax genes, the functional conservation of eyg in species other than Drosophila has not yet been explored...
[texts]Genomic and gene regulatory signatures of cryptozoic adaptation: Loss of blue sensitive photoreceptors through expansion of long wavelength-opsin expression in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum. (Volume 4) - Jackowska, Magdalena
This article is from Frontiers in Zoology, volume 4.AbstractBackground: Recent genome sequence analysis in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum indicated that this highly crepuscular animal encodes only two single opsin paralogs: a UV-opsin and a long wavelength (LW)-opsin; however, these animals do not encode a blue (B)-opsin as most other insects. Here, we studied the spatial regulation of the Tribolium single LW- and UV-opsin gene paralogs in comparison to that of the five opsin paralogs ...
[texts]Common Transcriptional Mechanisms for Visual Photoreceptor Cell Differentiation among Pancrustaceans. (Volume 10) - Mahato, Simpla
This article is from PLoS Genetics, volume 10.AbstractA hallmark of visual rhabdomeric photoreceptors is the expression of a rhabdomeric opsin and uniquely associated phototransduction molecules, which are incorporated into a specialized expanded apical membrane, the rhabdomere. Given the extensive utilization of rhabdomeric photoreceptors in the eyes of protostomes, here we address whether a common transcriptional mechanism exists for the differentiation of rhabdomeric photoreceptors...
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